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Uaable to reach the correct tempature

On the rinse cycle the digital read out is 255 some kind of error code i'm sure. also there is no where to adjust the booster heater temp or is there?

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Your rinse Thermister is shot. Replace the thermister between the fill valve and the solenoid. Also be watchful of the 120V, ensure this is secured as there is two power sources. Is ya good

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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